Last Weekly Webinar & Principal Webinar Reminder
Published:June 16, 2010
It's the last webinar of the school year!!! There is still time to register for Thursday's webinar, "Evaluating Resources and Publishing Student Work", facilitated by Jim Wells.
Wide angle view or strong focus? Current or timeless? Authoritative or opinionated? Both? Neither? Students have it hard these days, navigating web resources to find the information that will attend to their questions. In this webinar, we’ll attempt to help our students out with a few pointers, rules of thumb and a dose of sound judgement when it comes to evaluating digital resources. We’ll also discuss the various avenues available to students for publishing their research findings, why this is a good idea and what to do with the feedback they receive.
This webinar will be offered at 3:15 p.m. and 7:15 p.m.. You can register online at Maine121.org. Registrants will receive a link as well as login information.
Please note: This is the last of the webinars for the school year!!
Please remember that we've recorded all of the weekly webinars and you can view them at any time. Just visit the Maine121.org Archive Page for a complete list.
There is still time to register for the Principal Webinar on June 22, 2010 so sign in and join us on Tuesday June 22nd at 4:00 PM for the last MLTI Principals Webinar of the year!
The topic will be The Principal's Role in Defining and Supporting Digital Citizenship for All Stakeholders. Our guests will be Mary Callan, Principal of Maranacook Middle School, Lisa Hogan, Tech Integrator at MSAD 75, and Emily Hunt of Common Sense Media. Former Governor Angus King is also planning to join the conversation on the 22nd as well!
February 23: The Principal's Role in Creating Management and Policies
March 30: The Principal's Role in Modeling, Pushing, and Supporting Visionary Change
April 26: The Principal's Role in Identifying 21st Century Learning and Advocating for It
May 25: The Principal and Educational Technology Leader Team's Role in Teaching and Learning
June 22: The Principal's Role in Defining and Supporting Digital Citizenship for All Stakeholders
If you were unable to participate in previous Principal Webinars, please visit the Maine121.org Archive Page for recordings.
The MLTI Team